[Dwarf-Discuss] Fwd: Re: [Dwarf-Workgroup] About a Windows port

Michael Eager eager at eagercon.com
Tue Nov 17 11:01:27 PST 2015




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Subject: Re: [Dwarf-Workgroup] [Dwarf-Discuss] About a Windows port
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2015 07:28:35 -0800
From: Michael Eager <eager at eagercon.com>
To: Vincent Torri <vincent.torri at gmail.com>
CC: DWARF Workgroup <dwarf-workgroup at lists.dwarfstd.org>

No, Vincent, this wasn't a private conversation.

You were being rude and insulting as the result of a response to the
public discussion you started on the DWARF mailing list.  Eric was acting
in an entirely appropriate fashion when he replied to your private
email on the mailing list.  As am I.

As for your second point: you care about a Windows port.  I don't
see why your concerns should become anyone else's problem.  You asked for
help and your response to the offered help is to be childish and churlish.


On 11/17/2015 05:58 AM, Vincent Torri wrote:
> 1) it was someting private with M. Eric and me, not something i wanted
> in the ML. He decided to put that on the ML.
> 2) if you don't care about the windows port, then remove me if you
> want... I'll live with libbfd
>
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 2:34 PM, Michael Eager <eager at eagercon.com> wrote:
>> Vincent --
>>
>> This will be your only warning.  Repeat your rude behavior and
>> you will be removed from the DWARF mailing list.
>>
>> On 11/16/2015 10:29 PM, Eric Christopher wrote:
>>>
>>> Excuse me? I, and others, have been polite and trying to help you with
>>> minimal information. This is
>>> unacceptable behavior and I request that you cease the unprofessional
>>> behavior immediately.
>>>
>>>
>>> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015, 10:19 PM Vincent Torri <vincent.torri at gmail.com
>>> <mailto:vincent.torri at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>      better shut up instead of saying helpless remarks, you're absolutely
>>> of no help
>>>      and i doubt you can compile binutils with vc++
>>>      that's my last answer to you
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>      On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 6:51 AM, Eric Christopher <echristo at gmail.com
>>>      <mailto:echristo at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>       > No, it implies you were using bfd to read dwarf, nothing else.
>>>       >
>>>       >
>>>       > On Mon, Nov 16, 2015, 9:22 PM Vincent Torri
>>> <vincent.torri at gmail.com
>>>      <mailto:vincent.torri at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>       >>
>>>       >> Hello
>>>       >>
>>>       >> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 11:05 PM, Eric Christopher
>>> <echristo at gmail.com
>>>      <mailto:echristo at gmail.com>>
>>>       >> wrote:
>>>       >> > You didn't specify what compiler you were using to build the
>>> debug
>>>       >> > sources
>>>       >> > you cared about.
>>>       >>
>>>       >> I've mentioned libbfd, which implicitely specifies that i'm using
>>> a
>>>       >> GNU toolchain.
>>>       >>
>>>       >> Vincent Torri
>>>       >>
>>>       >> > Keep in mind you won't be able to look through the system
>>>       >> > libraries for things, but you'll be able to look at what you
>>> built at
>>>       >> > least.
>>>       >> >
>>>       >> > -eric
>>>       >> >
>>>       >> > On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 12:16 PM Vincent Torri
>>> <vincent.torri at gmail.com
>>>      <mailto:vincent.torri at gmail.com>>
>>>       >> > wrote:
>>>       >> >>
>>>       >> >> afaik, gnu windows toolchain stores debug informations in DWARF
>>>       >> >> format. Am I wrong ?
>>>       >> >>
>>>       >> >> Vincent Torri
>>>       >> >>
>>>       >> >> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 8:44 PM, Eric Christopher
>>> <echristo at gmail.com
>>>      <mailto:echristo at gmail.com>>
>>>       >> >> wrote:
>>>       >> >> > As a quick note, you're aware that Windows in general doesn't
>>> use
>>>       >> >> > dwarf
>>>       >> >> > right?
>>>       >> >> >
>>>       >> >> > -eric
>>>       >> >> >
>>>       >> >> > On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 11:26 AM Vincent Torri
>>>       >> >> > <vincent.torri at gmail.com <mailto:vincent.torri at gmail.com>>
>>>       >> >> > wrote:
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> Hello
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> I have begun to write a valgrind-like on Windows, and I use
>>> libbfd
>>>       >> >> >> to
>>>       >> >> >> get the stack trace (file, function and line of a frame).
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> I would like to use libdwarf for that. But I need to port
>>> libdwarf
>>>       >> >> >> to
>>>       >> >> >> Windows.
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> On the website, it is said to contact this mailing list
>>> before
>>>       >> >> >> contributing any code.
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> So what I suppose to do ? :-)
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> regards
>>>       >> >> >>
>>>       >> >> >> Vincent Torri
>>>       >> >> >> _______________________________________________
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>>>       >> >> >>
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>


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